begging

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} dilenme

Yasaya göre, sokakta dilenmek yasaktır. - By law, begging in the street is forbidden.

Adam kapı kapı dilenmeye gitti. - The man went begging from door to door.

{i} yalvarma

Onu yiyecek için yalvarmasını görmek kalbimi kırdı. - It broke my heart to see her begging for food.

Bilinmeyen varlıklara yalvarmak akıllıca değil. - Begging from unknown entities isn't wise.

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yalvarmak

Bilinmeyen varlıklara yalvarmak akıllıca değil. - Begging from unknown entities isn't wise.

Bana yalvarmak zorunda değilsin. - You don't have to beg me.

begging bowl
kase yalvarıyor
begging for forgiveness
af için yalvarıyor
begging friar
rahibi dilenci
begging certificate
dilenci tezkeresi
begging certificate
dilenci belgesi
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{f} of -den dilemek, -den rica etmek
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{f} kaçınmak
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{f} arka ayakları üzerinde durmak
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{f} dilemek
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dilen

O zengin fakat bir dilenci gibi yaşar. - He's rich, but he lives like a beggar.

Bir dilenciye hiç para verdin mi? - Have you ever given money to a beggar?

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{f} sakınmak
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{f} itiraf etmek
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{f} sustaya kalkmak
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dilenmek

Yasaya göre, sokakta dilenmek yasaktır. - By law, begging in the street is forbidden.

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beg the uestion dava veya iddiayı ispat olunmuş farzetmek
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beg önle/dilen/rica et
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avuç açmak
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mendil açmak
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yakarmak
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istemek

Tom çoğu günleri turistik yerlerin önünde para istemek için harcadı. - Tom spent most days begging for money in front of tourist attractions.

beseeching
yalvararak
beseeching
yalvarma
beg
rica etmek
beseeching
{f} yalvar
go begging
sahipsiz olmak
go begging
çok ucuza satışa çıkmak
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dile

Dilenciler seçici olamaz. - Beggars can't be choosers.

Tom donanmada kalmış olmayı dilemeye başladı. - Tom was beginning to wish he had stayed in the navy.

beseeching
yalvarış
go begging
yalvarıyor gitmek
beseeching
yalvaran
beseeching
rica eden
go begging
(deyim) sahipsiz olmak,istenilmemek
go begging
istenilmemek, rağbet görmemek
maund
{i} hint ağırlık ölçüsü (37 kg.)
maund
{i} maund
maund
(isim) maund, hint ağırlık ölçüsü (37 kg.)
mendicant
{i} dilenci
mendicant
(sıfat) dilenci
mendicant
{s} dilenciye özgü
mendicant
dilenen
mendicant
dilencilik eden
mendicant
dilenciye mahsus
mendicant
(isim) dilenci
mendicant
dilencilik yapan
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{i} panhandling, publicly asking for handouts
a solicitation for money or food (especially in the street by an apparently penniless person)
present participle of beg
{a} mendicant
beseeching
begging off
Present participle of beg off
begging the question
A logical fallacy in which a premise of an argument contains a direct or indirect assumption that the conclusion is true; offering a circular argument; circular reasoning

It is an instance of begging the question to argue that God can only do good deeds because God is good.

begging bowl
If a country or organization approaches other countries or organizations with a begging bowl, it asks them for money. He said earlier that he is not holding out a begging bowl
begging for forgiveness
asking for a pardon, asking for forgiveness
begging letter
disapproval A begging letter is a letter from a person or organization in which they ask you to send some money for a particular purpose. I wrote hundreds of begging letters to charities and businesses
begging the question
This form of pseudoreasoning attempts to defend a claim by using the claim itself This is also known as circular reasoning
begging the question
- An argument begs the question in a context if and only if any objection in the context to its conclusion is also an objection to one of its premises, and that premise is not supported by any independent evidence
begging the question
The fallacy of reasoning committed when one assumes the truth of what one is attempting to prove in an argument
begging the question
A fallacious manner of arguing in which the very thing that one is attempting to establish is assumed as a premise
begging the question
The fallacy that involves assuming as a premise the very conclusion that the argument is intended to prove
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To assume, in the phrase beg the question
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To plead with someone for help or for a favor

But that same day came Sam Tewkesbury to the Why Not? about nightfall, and begged a glass of rum, being, as he said, 'all of a shake'.

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To raise a question, in the phrase beg the question
begging.
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{v} to ask earnestly, take for granted
go begging
To be in little or no demand - "Prestige or no prestige, directors' jobs at some companies have actually gone begging"
BEG
smirk, sarcastic or gloating smile (Internet Chat Slang)
I'm begging you
I'm asking you in every possible way, I beseech you, please
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ask to obtain free; "beg money and food"
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To ask earnestly for; to entreat or supplicate for; to beseech
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make a solicitation or entreaty for something; request urgently or persistently; "Henry IV solicited the Pope for a divorce"; "My neighbor keeps soliciting money for different charities"
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If you say that something is going begging, you mean that it is available but no one is using it or accepting it. There is other housing going begging in town
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To ask alms or charity, especially to ask habitually by the wayside or from house to house; to live by asking alms
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Big Evil Grin
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A provincial governor under the Ottoman Empire, a bey
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ask to obtain free; "beg money and food
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to ask for habitually or from house to house
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politeness You say `I beg to differ' when you are politely emphasizing that you disagree with someone
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To request the help of someone, often in the form of money
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To ask for as a charity, esp
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call upon in supplication; entreat; "I beg you to stop!" ask to obtain free; "beg money and food
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If you say that something begs a particular question, you mean that it makes people want to ask that question; some people consider that this use is incorrect. Hopewell's success begs the question: why aren't more companies doing the same?
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To take for granted; to assume without proof
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A tribal leader; term is used by some Turkic-speaking tribes
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If someone who is poor is begging, they are asking people to give them food or money. I was surrounded by people begging for food There are thousands like him in Los Angeles, begging on the streets and sleeping rough She was living alone, begging food from neighbors
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A title of honor in Turkey and in some other parts of the East; a bey
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British Engines Group
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{f} request, plead; ask for charity
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call upon in supplication; entreat; "I beg you to stop!"
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I beg your pardon: see pardon
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If you say that something begs a particular question, you mean that it assumes that the question has already been answered and so does not deal with it. The research begs a number of questions
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If you beg someone to do something, you ask them very anxiously or eagerly to do it. I begged him to come back to England with me I begged to be allowed to leave We are not going to beg for help any more They dropped to their knees and begged forgiveness
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To make petition to; to entreat; as, to beg a person to grant a favor
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To ask to be appointed guardian for, or to ask to have a guardian appointed for
go begging
seek handouts, seek charity, solicit alms; be in little demand
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